You know how some car interiors just have a timeless feel to them? One could argue that the second-generation BMW 6-Series belongs in that category thanks to its comfortable, yet driver-oriented cockpit.
Of course, the designs for this car’s interior were probably first drawn up years ahead of its launch in 2003, so it’s not exactly modern. Luckily, that’s where tuners such as Carlex Design come in.
What you’re staring at is an E64 650i Cabrio that’s had nearly every possible surface dipped in either leather, Alcantara or a mixture of both.
Red also features, not just on the steering wheel or the seat belts, but also throughout the cabin as part of the contrast stitching, as well as on various inserts such as the ones on the center console or right above the glove box.
Assuming this car doesn’t come with any performance mods, its 4.8-liter V8 should be putting out 367 PS (360 HP) and 490 Nm (361 lb-ft) of torque. Since this was a heavy vehicle, weighing in at 1,935 kg (4,266 lbs), zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) takes 5.6 seconds. When the third-gen 6-Series rolled along, the 650i, which weighed about the same as its predecessor, was given 449 PS (443 HP) in order to drop a full second from its sprint time.